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University of California, San Francisco Library, Archives & Special Collections
Apr 24, 2015 University of California, San Francisco. School of Pharmacy
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Dr. Edward Leong Way's oral history interview took place on October 21, 2014 at the UCSF Library on the UCSF Parnassus campus. Way was interviewed about his life and work by Martin Meeker, associate director, Regional Oral History Office of The Bancroft Library at the University of California, Berkeley. Way was born in Watsonville, California in 1916. His moved with his family to San Francisco in 1924 and ultimately studied pharmacy at what is now the UCSF School of Pharmacy, earning his BS in...
Topics: pharmacy, ucsf school of pharmacy, e leong way, oral history, roho, ucsf, pharmaceutical...
"The stories of the making of modern medicine, told by the men who were there. Dr. Karl Meyer, at the age of 86, recalls his own contribution to the study of Western Encephalitis."
Topics: Karl F. Meyer, disease ecology, microbes, microbial behavior, infectious disease, disease control,...
University of California, San Francisco Library, Archives & Special Collections
Jan 14, 2015 UCSF Library
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In the 1930s California’s rapid population growth and the incursion of agricultural settlers into valleys and deserts teeming with exotic pathogens resulted in outbreaks of "new" infectious diseases. To divine the cause of these outbreaks and trace the epidemics to their source, health officials turned to San Francisco’s premier "microbe hunter," Karl Friedrich Meyer. Drawing on Meyer’s papers at the UCSF and Bancroft libraries, Mark Honigsbaum, PhD reviews Meyer’s...
Topics: Karl F. Meyer, UCSF, disease ecology, microbes, microbial behavior, host-pathogen interactions,...
This lecture took place as part of the UCSF Archives Lecture Series on October 13, 2014 in the UCSF Library.  The Laboratory of Experimental Oncology (LEO) was the brain child of Michael B. Shimkin, a career U.S. Public Health Service physician and cancer research at the National Cancer Institute. LEO was established in 1947 at Laguna Honda Hospital at Laguna Honda Hospital, jointly administered by the NCI and UCSF. Speaker Michael Thaler, MD, MA explains how Shimkin created one of the first...
Topics: UCSF, medical ethics, Michael Thaler, Michael B. Shimkin, Laboratory of Experimental Oncology, LEO,...